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Acne Scar Treatment


Acne scarring is caused by the body effectively putting “too much effort” into healing the wounds caused by acne, causing an excess of collagen built up in the skin. This collagen may stay in place permanently, treating acne scarring.

In some cases, the result is not a true scar, but simply an excess of pigmentation. This may fade away over a few months or years but generally isn’t permanent as with other acne scars, which can appear as textured skin. We offer a range of treatments to combat the whole range of acne scars. You’ll need a consultation with one of our expert skin specialists or dermatologists so that they can assess your scars and develop a treatment plan tailored to you.


The best acne scar treatment for you will depend on the extent of your scarring, the desired results, and your skin type. For this reason, you should book a consultation with our trained and experienced practitioners who will assess your skin. In some cases, combining multiple treatments may have the best effect. If you are suffering from live acne, you need to wait until your acne is under control before seeking acne scar treatment.


Our peel is one of our more advanced, deeper Enerpeels. It penetrates down to the dermis and can help target dark marks, discoloration and acne scars.

The usual downtime is about a week, during which time you will experience the skin peeling away to reveal new, smoother skin below the surface.


Microdermabrasion uses tiny crystals to physically remove the top layer of skin cells, which make this treatment particularly good for treating acne scars.

It is a painless treatment that’s suitable for those with sensitive skin.


Our Microneedling treatments work by creating thousands of minuscule contact points, leaving your body’s natural healing process to rejuvenate and repair the skin.

It’s perfect for correcting an uneven skin tone and pigmentation caused by acne scarring.


Laser Resurfacing treatments remove surface cells but are targeted so they don’t cause damage to surrounding healthy skin cells.

We offer a variety of Laser Resurfacing treatments including CO2RE, which can target both superficial and deeper layers of your skin, and Fraxel, which penetrates deep into the skin.


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